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Events

The National Institute for Research and Development in Environmental Protection (INCDPM) organised final technical meeting and final event of Build SEE project during 19th–20th of November 2014 at International Hotel, in Bucharest, Romania.

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International Conference
AQUALIRES 2014
“New tools for sustainable management of aquatic living resources”,
17-18 January 2014
http://aqualires.incdpm.ro

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During 21st  and  23rd of March, in Sovata (Mures County) was held  the second workshop in the framework of the CarpathCC project.

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The representatives of National Institute for Research and Development in Environmental Protection (INCDPM) participated at the Meeting on the Scientific Support to the Danube Strategy which took place between Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd March 2013 in Ispra, Italy.

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Between 22nd and 23rd of January 2013, invited by Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia which is participant of CARPATCLIM project, the National Institute of Research-Development in Environmental Protection has attended the meeting in Beograd, Republic of Serbia.

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Anouncements

The Laboratories Department within INCDPM, is equipped with the most advanced facilities, in accordance with international research standards, being able to serve the requests on environmental protection by assessing the quality of environmental factors as: WATER, AIR and SOIL, in order to comply with the obligations deriving from the process of the acquis communautaire provisions’ implementation

The LABORATORIES Department had implemented the integrated management of information system within the LIMS laboratory (Laboratory Information Management System).

Area of competence:

  1. Water quality assessment by determining organic and inorganic micropollutants;  Development of experimental methods, in situ measurement methodologies, integrated monitoring; assessment and improvement of techniques, methods and standards for determining water pollutants; Biological and microbiological monitoring; Assessment of environmental behaviour and ecotoxicological profile of harmful substances/products; Testing the absorbent products used in accidental pollution
  2. Air quality assessment by determining organic and inorganic micropollutants Development of experimental methods, in situ measurement methodologies;  assessment and improvement of techniques, methods and standards for determining air  pollutants; Microbiological monitoring on the contamination of air within certain enclosures/buildings; Pollutant modelling and dispersion using  a model of pollutant transport which involves pollutant chemical transformations in air.
  3. Soil quality assessment by determining organic and inorganic micropollutants;  Development of experimental methods, in situ measurement methodologies, integrated monitoring; assessment and improvement of techniques, methods and standards for determining soil pollutants;

Team:

PhD Gina Ghiţă – senior researcher II - Head of Department

PhD Mihaela Ilie - senior researcher III

PhD Florica Marinescu - senior researcher III

Eng. Alexandru Ivanov – senior researcher III

PhD Irina Ciobotaru - senior researcher III

Eng. Cristina Maria – senior researcher I

PhD Ana-Maria Reşetar – senior researcher III

PhD Carment Tociu – senior researcher III

PhD Petra Ionescu – senior researcher III

Ecologist Ecaterina Marcu - junior researcher

Biologist Ioana Savin - junior researcher

Biologist Cristina Manea - junior researcher

Technicians: Tina Zanfir, Camelia Zamfir, Vasile Corneliu, Eminovici Andrei

Activities:

  • The development of experimental methods, in situ and laboratory measurement methodologies
  • Research on environmental quality status and evolution;
  • Research on the monitoring of environmental factors quality: elaboration, improvement and adoption of techniques, methods and standards for determining pollutants and harmful substances affecting the quality of environmental components;
  • Method development for integrated monitoring of environmental components;
  • Scientific substantiation of designing the monitoring networks and their technical parameters in order to obtain relevant information on quality indicators of the environmental components;
  • Determining the quality and quantity features of drinking, surface, industrial, ground water and wastewater;
  • Assessment of environmental behaviour and ecotoxicological profile of plant protection products and biocides, according to REACH regulations;
  • Microbiological and biological monitoring;
  • Characterization of microbial communities diversity in environmental samples by molecular methods;
  • Assessment of physicochemical and biological quality items in order to determine the ecological status of aquatic, natural or artificial ecosystems
  • Studies on physiological groups of bacteria involved in biogeochemical circuits of nitrogen, sulphur, carbon in water, sediments and soil
  • Applied Microbiology: methods for identifying microorganisms in environment, the study of interactions between microorganisms and their interaction with environment
  • Physico-chemical and bacteriological characterization of waters coming from different sources (boreholes/wells, pools, bathing water, wastewater, surface water)
  • Characterization of microbial communities’ diversity in environmental samples by molecular methods
  • Recovery of useful substances from wastewater
  • Testing the absorbent products used in accidental pollution
  • Implementing EN regulations/ ISO standards/ OECD methods, improving national methods in order to be aligned with EU regulations.